The Wheel of Time: Two Things That Will Keep Me Watching

Fantasy stories are one of my favorite genres, and I’ve experienced them in print (J. R. R. Tolkien’s The Silmarillion is my favorite), online (I use Naver’s Webtoon app almost as often as I use Google Maps), and on film (I’ve seen The Lord of the Rings  trilogy around 12 times, which translates into about four-and-a-half days out of my total existence). When I was young, I also got to know them through role-playing games like Dungeons & Dragons, which draw heavily from fantasy literature.

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Feminist Asian Dad Reviews the New Mulan Movie

Minor spoilers ahead.

Of course a dude with a blog called Feminist Asian Dad would just have to write a review of the live-action Mulan movie, right?

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Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: More Than Just a TV Show

When is a TV show more than just a TV show? 

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